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The approval process for the mine is regulated by California's Environment Quality Act (CEQA), making the whole effort a marathon, not a sprint. Our team is watching the calendar and engaging with Nevada County Planners to keep track of the timeline. Here is our most current estimate for major milestones:

July 2020

Notice of Preparation

open for Community Review

Late Summer 2021

Draft Environmental Impact Report open for Community Review

Early 2022

Government Review of Final Environmental Impact Report

March/April 2022

Nevada County Board of Supervisors makes a Decision

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Listen to CEA Foundation volunteer, Paul Schwartz, talk about CEQA and the timeline for this project.

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We need to alert the community about this project. Can you reach out to neighbors digitally, set up virtual meetings, or visit local businesses? We could use your help. 

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